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Graves County Band going to semi-finals
C.J. Elliott, Cheyenne McMullen, Robert Cagle, and Nicole Reed performing this year’s show “Metal”.
Graves County Band going to semi-finals

For only the second time in school history the Pride of Graves County Marching Band has qualified for State Semi-Finals.  Twelve Class AAAAA West bands competed at Hopkinsville Saturday, Oct. 23, for the honor of moving on to the KMEA Class AAAAA State Marching Band Semi-Finals. 

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Leadership students awarded membership in WFS
Girls Rule! At least they do as the youngest and newest members of the World Future Society.
Leadership students awarded membership in WFS

Hickman Co. Students now Members of World Future Society

 

  Working with the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program and Hickman County School system, the World Future Society designated Hickman County students as part of their young futurist family. 

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Ugly stuff

Last night at the Paul/Conway debate, a MoveOn.org supporter was roughed up by Rand Paul supporters. One of them stomped on her after she was subdued by other men. There's video of the attack. It's on the Lexington Herald website (from a Fox News outlet).  Take a minute to watch it.

No matter what you think of Conway, Paul, MoveOn.org, the Tea Party, Democrats, Republicans, politics in general... ask yourself - is this what we have become?

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Education

MSU faculty member Dr. Pam Rices establishes scholarship in honor of her parents

Dr. Pam Rice's father George RiceMURRAY, Ky. — As the only child of George Rice, a surgical tech, and Helen Axley Rice, a homemaker, Dr. Pam Rice grew up in a loving household with parents who supported and encouraged her in everything she did. As a tribute to them, Rice recently established the Axley-Rice Memorial Scholarship in their honor.

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Carlisle and Todd County grads eligible for ed scholarship

Dr. Garth Petrie and his wife, Dr. Pat Petrie, of Middleburg, Fla., have donated $100,000 to Murray State University to establish a scholarship to benefit students preparing for careers in education.  ...The scholarship will benefit students in the fall of 2011. Recipients must be full-time students at Murray State University majoring within the college of education, excluding physical education. Students must have attended high school in Todd or Carlisle County in Kentucky and hold a cumulative 3.0 GPA.

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Agriculture, Home and Garden

Rooted in Gardening
Rooted in Gardening

Little did I know when Mary and Ivan Potter showed up at my garden center recently that it would lead to one of my life-long ambitions, that is, writing...

...I have to give credit to my Daddy for passing down to me his “green thumb”.  For that reason, I feel my very first submitted literary work has to be written about and dedicated to him...

Editor's Note: Little did I know that Suzanne's first essay would move me so deeply. I am thrilled to welcome Suzanne to our growing family of writers with this first submission that comes straight from the heart.

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